[Ironpython-users] Codeplex -> GitHub Issue Migration (Was: Differences with pyc-compiled assemblies?)

Jeff Hardy jdhardy at gmail.com
Mon Nov 26 21:49:33 CET 2012

On Sun, Nov 25, 2012 at 8:14 AM, Slide <slide.o.mix at gmail.com> wrote:
>> * can you move all of the old metadata to the bottom of the issue,
>> under "Original Codeplex Issue"?
> I'm assuming you mean the "Item Details" stuff from the issues on CodePlex?
Yeah, and anything you parse out of the XML.

>> For the attachments, the only other reasonable thing I can think of is
>> to put them in S3. I don't really see any issue with just linking to
>> the attachments on Codeplex, though, since I doubt they'll go away any
>> time soon. I'm sure it would be possible if non-trivial to move them
>> all later anyway.
> I can take a look at S3, it looks like they have a free tier of 5GB of
> storage which should be more than plenty. Once I'm to a point where it looks
> like how you want, is there a login account I should use to import into
> GitHub so that the issues don't look like they are from me, or does anyone
> care about that part?

I would contact GitHub and see if there's any way to have them appear
to be from the ironlanguages organization. Also see if it's possible
to change the issue date so that they don't all appear to be from the
same day, but that's less of an issue.

- Jeff

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